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1978 RUNABOUT
« on: April 01, 2017, 03:18:57 PM »
1978 RUNABOUT

I bought a Pinto Runabout to fix up as a surprise for my grandson.  But things happen.
I got sick and at 86 I just donít have the get-up-and-go from before.
Sooo . . . . Iíve got a little Pinto car for sale.  A Ford classic from the 1970ís.
 
1978 Pinto Runabout Project Car
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FOR SALE
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The car is all original: no cutting or modifications 2,300 cc, 4 cyl, Lima In-Line (LL) OHC engine,
automatic transmission and factory a/c.  Itís a running car in good shape to restore:  86,000 miles.
This is the deluxe model with chrome trim around the side windows and bullet side view
 mirrors, both sides.  New starter and battery installed. 

The right front fender needs repair (see pic), needs a new interior and general all-over workover.   

No doubt about it, itís a project car but everything is there to start with.
Itís a California car registered with DMV but in non-operation status.  No fees due.
Price: $ 2,450
Call AL at 213 841 5556 or email: eshoppe@pacbell.net
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